# indifference curve

Suppose my preferences are such that I like more of both goods, but only up to a point. After I have 5 units of both goods, that’s as good as it gets, and I’m indifferent if I get more. how do u draw the indifference curves? it seems that any bundle with more than five units of both goods are the same, so any line in that area is useless

• Perhaps the "curve" is not a line, but an area then? – Giskard Sep 28 '20 at 5:32

The area from $$(0, 0)$$ to $$(5, 5)$$ would be just like any other two-good indifference curve. Then since the area $$\{(x, y): x \geq 5, y \geq 5\}$$ has the same utility, they're all on the same "indifference curve" (so that's more like an "indifference area").
Not sure what the indifference curves would look like, say, at $$(80, 2)$$ though since you didn't specify if that's better or worse than $$(5, 5)$$.